SNOOKER legend Steve Davis was in town on Friday night for an exclusive exhibition.

The six-times world champion, who dominated the sport throughout the 1980s, appeared at the Parr Conservative & Workingmans Club at a sold-out event.

Audience members got the chance to play against Steve, with one, Paul Ellison, even managing to get the better of Steve on the night. 

The biggest break of the night was 93 made by Steve against Craig Hitchen.

And there were trick shots and a question and answer session on the night.

Steve, who also won six UK Championships and three Masters titles, is now a pundit on BBC and during his career was the subject of satirical sketches on TV show Spitting Image.

Mark Hitchen said: "It was a great night and sold out in a week again.

"This is second time we've had Steve down. In the last few years we've had other world champions like Mark Williams, John Parrot, Shaun Murphy, Ken Doherty plus the perennial runner up Jimmy White.

"Parr Conservative club, the home of St Helens snooker!"